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1 McCord Memorial Library 32 W. Main St. (814)725-4057 www.mccordlibrary.org McCord Memorial Library Books ‘N Banter LIBRARY HOURS Mon-Thurs 10-6 Fri 10-5 Sat 10-2 Appointment Hours Mon-Fri 11-4:45 Sat 11:30-1:30 We CANNOT accept used book donations at this time COVID-19 Update McCord Memorial Library will be reverting to curbside service starting Monday November 30 th (after Thanksgiving). Reservations must be made for curbside pick up. Place holds online or by phone (814)725-4057. Reservations for curbside pick up are to be made by phone. Additionally, individuals may make a 15 minute appointment for specific purposes What can you do during your appointment? Choose from these options: Pickup, Browse, Copy, Fax, Scan, or Computer For most up-to-date information: check out our website: mccordlibrary.org ; Facebook; Twitter; or Instagram. Call with questions or concerns. 814-725-4057 Our available appointment hours are: Monday-Friday 11-4:45 & Saturday 10:30-1:30 Annual Appeal 2020-2021 Improvise, Adapt, & Transform Due to COVID-19, this past year has been a difficult one for many families. McCord Memorial Library closed for a number of months and we are still operating under restrictions. Though the majority of our funding comes from tax dollars, we must also raise funds each year in order to continue serving the community as we do. McCord Memorial Library appreciates the past support the North East community has given to the library, and we now ask you to support the 2020-2021 annual appeal. Any contribution you make will assure the continued excellence of McCord Memorial Library in the future and is very much appreciated. Thank you! Memorials, Endowments, and Tributes honor a family member or friend **If your employer makes matching donations, be sure to note that on the form.** Memorial brochures are available at the library or by calling: (814) 725-4057. Fall Reading Challenge Good job everyone! (If you missed collecting your prizes, ask for your prize when scheduling you pick up appointment) Join us for the Winter Reading Challenge, Jan 1st 2021

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McCord Memorial Library 32 W. Main St. (814)725-4057 www.mccordlibrary.org

McCord Memorial Library Books ‘N Banter

LIBRARY HOURS

Mon-Thurs 10-6

Fri 10-5 Sat 10-2

Appointment

Hours Mon-Fri 11-4:45

Sat 11:30-1:30

We CANNOT accept

used book donations

at this time

COVID-19 Update McCord Memorial Library will be reverting to curbside service starting Monday November 30th (after Thanksgiving). Reservations must be made for curbside pick up. Place holds online or by phone (814)725-4057. Reservations for curbside pick up are to be made by phone. Additionally, individuals may make a 15 minute appointment for specific purposes What can you do during your appointment? Choose from these options: Pickup, Browse, Copy, Fax, Scan, or Computer For most up-to-date information: check out our website: mccordlibrary.org; Facebook; Twitter; or Instagram. Call with questions or concerns. 814-725-4057 Our available appointment hours are: Monday-Friday 11-4:45 & Saturday 10:30-1:30

Annual Appeal 2020-2021 Improvise, Adapt, & Transform

Due to COVID-19, this past year has been a difficult one for many families. McCord Memorial Library closed for a number of months and we are still operating under restrictions. Though the majority of our funding comes from tax dollars, we must also raise

funds each year in order to continue serving the community as we do. McCord Memorial Library appreciates the past support the North East community has given to

the library, and we now ask you to support the 2020-2021 annual appeal.

Any contribution you make will assure the continued excellence of McCord Memorial Library in the future and is very much appreciated.

Thank you!

Memorials, Endowments, and Tributes honor a family member or friend

**If your employer makes matching donations, be sure to note that on the form.**

Memorial brochures are available at the library

or by calling: (814) 725-4057.

Fall Reading Challenge

Good job everyone! (If you missed collecting your prizes, ask for your prize when scheduling you pick up appointment)

Join us for the Winter Reading Challenge, Jan 1st 2021

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Non Fiction Archambeau, Shellye: Unapologetically ambitious Bennett, Marc: Living the RV life Birdsall, John: Man who ate too much: the life of James Beard Brands, H. W: Zealot and the emancipator: John Brown … Lincoln... Bronson, Po: Decoding the world: a road map for the questioner Cannell, Michael: Brotherhood betrayed: … Murder, Inc. Carlsen, Spike: Walk around the block: stoplight secrets... Cozzens, Peter: Tecumseh and the prophet: Shawnee brothers… Cristall, Jonathan: What they don't teach teens: life safety skills for teens and the adults who care for them Cristofano, Jana: Eat well, be well: 100+ healthy re-creations… plant based, Gluten-free, refined sugarfree Erikson, Thomas: Surrounded by psychopaths: how to protect ... Christian, Brian: Alignment problem: machine learning and human values

Fragile earth: writing from the New Yorker on climate change Marsham, Liz: World of Critical Role: the history behind... Meals, Roy A: Bones: inside and out Michaelis, David: Eleanor / A Life Mosley, Michael: Fast asleep: improve brain function, lose weight... Murkoff, Heidi Eisenberg: What to expect. Eating well when you're expecting Rubin, Daniel Joshua: Essential principles of story: Master… storytelling, from Shakespeare to South Park Strevens, Michael: The Knowledge machine: how irrationality… Samuelsson, Marcus: The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul... Stone, Stephen C. Verfasser: Music theory and composition Wackman, John: Repair revolution: how fixers are transforming... Wilkinson, Toby A. H: A World beneath the sands: ... Egyptology William Gregg's Civil War: Battle to shape...Guerrilla Warfare

Fiction French, Nicci: House of correction Allen, Nancy Campbell: Brass carriages and glass hearts Bear, Elizabeth: Machine Beatty, Pete: Cuyahoga Belli, Kate: Deception by gaslight Brody, Frances: Murder is in the air Brooks, Terry: Last druid Buchanan, Cathy Marie: Daughter of Black Lake Cameron, W. Bruce: Dog's perfect Christmas Carr, Robyn: Return to Virgin River Dailey, Janet: Paradise peak DiRico, Maria: Here comes the body Doctorow, Cory: Attack surface Evans, Richard Paul: Noel letters Flagg, Fannie: Wonder boy of Whistle Stop Fluke, Joanne: Christmas cupcake murder Gaynor, Hazel: When we were young & brave Graham, Heather: Dreaming death Grisham, John: A Time for mercy Hausmann, Romy: Dear child Herbert, Brian: Duke of Caladan Hilderbrand, Elin: Troubles in paradise Hoffman, Alice: Magic lessons Hunter, Denise: Autumn skies Jackson, Lisa: You betrayed me Jewell, Lisa: Invisible girl Johnstone, William W: The Wicked die twice Jordan, Sophie: Duke effect

Kingsbury, Karen: Truly, madly, deeply Kinsella, Sophie: Love your life Klay, Phil: Missionaries Koontz, Dean R: Elsewhere Maguire, Gregory: A Wild winter swan Mallery, Susan: Happily this Christmas Michaels, Fern: Brightest star Mills, Kyle: Total power Moreno-Garcia, Silvia: Gothic Rankin, Ian: Song for the dark times Robinson, Kim Stanley: Ministry for the future Rosenfelt, David: Silent bite Selfon, Brian: Nightworkers Smith, Ian: Unspoken Sparks, Nicholas: The Return Taylor, Patrick: Irish country welcome Thayne, RaeAnne: Christmas at Holiday House Thomas, Sherry: Murder on Cold Street Weatherspoon, Rebekah: If the boot fits Weber, David: Valkyrie protocol

Large Print Chow, Jennifer J: Mimi Lee gets a clue French, Tana: Searcher Macomber, Debbie: Jingle all the way Misadventures of Nero Wolfe: parodies and pastiches …. Pochoda, Ivy: These women Patterson, James: Three women disappear

Adults

Welcome to the new books list! These books may be placed on hold

BOOK ON CD Clancy, Tom: Threat vector Follett, Ken: The Evening and the morning Grisham, John: A Time for mercy Mills, Kyle: Total power

MP3 CD Slaughter, Karin: The Silent wife

Adult Non Print

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McCord Memorial Library 32 W. Main St. (814)725-4057 www.mccordlibrary.org December 2020

Green Dot: Earliest Reader Kindergarten to 2nd grade

Frantz, Jennifer: Transformers: I am Optimus Prime Mayer, Mercer: Little Critter and the best present Paladino, Sascha: Meet Mira Trasler, Janee: Hog on a log

Young Adult: 8th -12th grade Burg, Ann E: Flooded: requiem for Johnstown Dao, Julie C: Broken wish Krischer, Hayley: Something happened to Ali Greenleaf Nielsen, Jennifer A: Captive kingdom O'Donnell, Tom: Heroes level up Turner, Megan Whalen: Return of the thief Wells, Rebecca Kim: Storm the earth Brown, Lars: Penultimate quest

Yellow Dot: 6th & 7th grade Applegate, Katherine: The Invasion Bowles, David: Rise of the halfling king Colfer, Eoin: The Fowl Twins Deny All Charges Craft, Jerry: Class act Hopkins, Ellen: Closer to nowhere Quinn, Spencer: Bark vs. snark Riordan, Rick: Tower of Nero

Juvenile Non Fiction: K-7th grade

Buckley, James, Jr: Who was Benedict Arnold? Gurevich, Margaret: Who was Nellie Bly? Minecraft: epic bases: builds to spark your imagination Shulevitz, Uri: Chance: escape from the Holocaust

Red Dot: 4th & 5th grade Johnson, Varian: Twins Martin, Ann M: Kristy and the snobs Stilton, Geronimo: Geronimo Stilton reporter #6, Paws off, cheddarface! Stilton, Geronimo: Superstore surprise Stine, R.L: My friend Slappy Winkler, Henry: Lights, camera, danger!

Blue Dot: Picture Books Barrington, Gregory: Cow Boy Is Not a Cowboy Busby, Cylin: The Bookstore Cat Camper, Cathy: Ten ways to hear snow Cathon: Poppy & Sam and the search for sleep Cooney, Caroline B: I'm going to give you a polar bear hug Cronin, Doreen: Click, clack, good night Dewdney, Anna: Llama Llama holiday helper Hood, Morag: Sophie Johnson, unicorn expert, is a detective genius Jeffers, Oliver: What we'll build: plans for our together future Parr, Todd: The Joyful book Pilkey, Dav: Dragon's merry Christmas Prasadam-Halls, Smriti: Rain Before Rainbows Rayner, Catherine: Arlo: the lion who couldn't sleep Rex, Adam: On account of the gum Rockwell, Lizzy: The All-together quilt Thomas, Jan: The Chicken who couldn't Wells, Rosemary: Max & Ruby and the Babysitting Squad Yolen, Jane: On eagle cove Yorinks, Arthur: One Mean Ant With Fly and Flea

Juvenile DVDs: Rated G & PG Science kids. Eyes & Ears: from optical illusions to the Doppler effect.

Teens

Children

Orange dot: 3rd grade Beaty, Andrea: Sofia Valdez and the vanishing vote Husted, Ursula Murray: A Cat Story Mills, Claudia: Lucy Lopez, coding star West, Tracey: Fortress of the Stone Dragon

To place a book on hold Call (814)725-4057 to Request the item OR

1. Go to mccordlibrary.org 2. Click catalog 3. Log in to the catalog Username is your library card barcode Password is last four digits of your phone # 4. Search for the book 5. Click Place request 6. Choose your pickup library 7. Click submit request

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McCord Memorial Library 32 W. Main St. (814)725-4057 www.mccordlibrary.org December 2020

December kits available: Hanging stars (kids) Gnomes (teen and up)

Each kit includes: Instructions Materials Surprise

Ask for a kit when making an appointment

MEMORIALS

Books Donated in Memory of: BARBARA DAYTON

BY North East Garden and Service Club

Flowers, Amanda: Marshmallow Malice

DOLORES “DEE” GRAY BY

North East Garden and Service Club Berensen, Laurien: Game of Dog Bones

NAOMI “NICK” LOOKENHOUSE

BY North East Garden and Service Club Bradford, Barbara: In the Lion’s Den

By Michele Campbell

Carr, Robin: Return to Virgin River Evans, Richard Paul: The Noel Letters

MICHAEL “MICKEY” MERCURIO

BY Neighbors From Vineyard Park Subdivision

Carte, Nicholas: Music Theory from absolute beginner to expert

Stone, Stephen: Music Theory and Composition

NANCY COOGLE

BY American Legion Aux Unit 105

Mallery, Susan: Happily This Christmas La Salle, Peter: The World is a Book Indeed

Donations to the Current Needs fund in Memory of:

NANCY COOGLE

BY Frank and Jean Abate

Search for mccord library Video Story times Krafts with Kathy Teen Crafts Informational videos

And more!

Winter Reading Program Begins January 1st!

PA Forward (Star Libraries Program) is a statewide initiative to redefine the library's role in our Commonwealth. There are five Literacies, the first of which is Basic Literacy. Defined as: The ability to read, write, speak and listen with comprehension at all levels of life, career and community involvement; the functional and practical use of language in all formats.

Check out our video storytimes, how to videos, worksheets and more on our website:

www.mccordlibrary.org

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F A M H Q A M E Y P B Q O V P H

F P O O M K K D H T A D O

A P H C V P C M O Q L Y P T M E A M O Q.

D Q F P O P E L B B M Y D

E L Z K C H ‘ Q Y M B Z O M.

CLUE: Y = R

3 2 9 7 4

9 2 5 3 8

1 6 8 3 2

3 9 7 8 1

4 5 8 2 3

8 3 2 6 5

3 8 2 7 5

5 4 1 3 2

4 2 3 5 9 8

8 7 4 6 2 3 5 9 1

5 1 9 8 4 7 3 2 6

3 6 2 1 5 9 7 4 8

9 8 1 3 6 5 2 7 4

6 3 5 2 7 4 8 1 9

2 4 7 9 1 8 6 3 5

7 2 8 4 9 6 1 5 3

1 9 6 5 3 2 4 8 7

4 5 3 7 8 1 9 6 2

Since the “Swan Lake” star parked several people’s cars in the lot,

was she a valet dancer?

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COVID-19 mandated restrictions library use

appointment only!

McCord Memorial Library is appointment only Call (814) 725-4057 to schedule

You & family unit MUST have

an appointment to enter the building

All appointments 15 minutes Specify appointment type while scheduling

What can you do during your appointment? Choose from these options:

Pickup Browse Copy Fax Scan Computer

Please arrive at your appointed time

We have a tight schedule and others are waiting Call when you arrive

Appointment Hours Mon-Fri 11:00-4:45 Sat 11:30-1:30

LIBRARY HOURS Mon-Thurs 10:00-6:00 Fri 10:00-5:00 Sat 10:00-2:00